Landcare Research - Manaaki Whenua

Landcare-Research -Manaaki Whenua

Alison Greenaway

Alison Greenaway
Position: Senior Researcher Social Science
Team: Governance and Policy
Location: Auckland
Private Bag 92170
Auckland Mail Centre
Auckland 1142
Phone: +64 9 574 4133
Fax: +64 3 321 9998

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Research Interests

Research Interests

 
Fields of interest

Co-production of knowledge

Deliberative democracy

Managing invasive species

Climate change governance

Community development through biodiversity

 

 

 
 

Qualifications

Qualifications

  • Auckland
    PhD Geography
    2015
  • Auckland
    MA (Hons)
    1999
  • Canterbury
    BA
    1994

Publications

Publications

  • Anderson B, Greenaway A, King DN, Mikaloff-Fletcher S, Reisinger A, Rouse H 2016. Climate change implications for New Zealand. Royal Society of New Zealand. 68 p. http://www.royalsociety.org.nz/expert-advice/papers/yr2016/climate-change-implications-for-new-zealand/ (Report, 2016)
  • Lundquist CJ, Fisher KT, Le Heron R, Lewis NI, Ellis JI, Hewitt JE, Greenaway A, Cartner KJ, Burgess-Jones TC, Schiel DR, Thrush SF 2016. Science and societal partnerships to address cumulative impacts. Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 00002. http://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2016.00002 (Journal Article, 2016)
  • Russell SL, Greenaway A, Carswell F, Weaver S 2014. Moving beyond “mitigation and adaptation”: examining climate change responses in New Zealand. Local Environment 19(7): 767-785. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2013.792047 (Journal Article, 2014)
  • Byrom A, Greenaway A, Holland EP, Niemiec B, Warburton B 2014. [Abstract] Social implications of a predator-free New Zealand. In: Gentle M ed. Proceedings: 16th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 26-29 May 2014. Pp. 92. (Conference Proceedings, 2014)
  • Greenaway A 2013. [Abstract] Killing possums collaboratively: the invasion of public knowledge into pest control decision making. Proceedings: EcoTas13: 5th Joint Conference of New Zealand Ecological Society and Ecological Society of Australia, Auckland, New Zealand, 24-29 November 2013. Pp. 122. http://ecotas13.org/wp-content/uploads/EcoTasHandbook.pdf (Conference Proceedings, 2013)
  • Carswell FE, Easdale TA, Overton JM, Ausseil A-GE, Greenaway AJ, Dymond JR, Mason NWH, Arnst EA, Burrows LE, Herzig A, Holdaway RJ, Peltzer DA 2013. St James Conservation Area: a purchase for ecosystem services. In: Dymond JR ed. Ecosystem services in New Zealand: conditions and trends. Lincoln, New Zealand, Manaaki Whenua Press. Pp. 524-537. (Book Section, 2013)
  • Awatere S, Greenaway A, Mortimer C, Pauling, C 2011. Collaborative and matauranga Maori inspired urban planning. Commission on Environmental, Economic and Social Policy (CEESP) Journal - Policy Matters (Special Edition). (Journal Article, 2011)
  • Greenaway A 2011. Igniting social knowledge about climate change. Landcare Research Newsletter to the Ministry for the Environment: MfE Update(3): unp. http://www.landcareresearch.co.nz/publications/newsletters/mfe/issue3.asp#social (Journal Article, 2011)
  • Cronin K, Doody B, Greenaway A 2010. Degrees of possibility: igniting social knowledge around climate change workshop report. In: Nottage R ed. Proceedings: New Zealand Climate Change Centre Workshop, Wellington. Pp. 76pp. http://www.nzclimatechangecentre.org/sites/nzclimatechangecentre.org/files/images/research/Degrees%20of%20Possibility%20Workshop%20Report%20(NZCCC%20June%202011%20Low%20Res).pdf (Conference Proceedings, 2010)
  • Greenaway A, Carswell F 2009. Climate change policy and practice in regional New Zealand: how are actors negotiating science and policy? New Zealand Geographer 65(2): 107-117. http://doi.org/10.1111/j.1745-7939.2009.01153.x (Journal Article, 2009)

Memberships

Memberships

  • Member, New Zealand Geographical Society